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The University of Missouri - Columbia announced graduates Kaitlyn Clark with a bachelor’s degree in nursing, Clayton Fordyce with a bachelor’s degree in science in business administration, Matthew Kisling with a bachelor’s degree in science in mechanical engineering, Bryce Lindaman with a Ba…

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KEARNEY — The Kearney School District will welcome a new cohort of teachers and principals this school year. As a way to welcome them, Kearney Chamber of Commerce will host a welcome lunch Thursday, Aug. 13. At the lunch, goody bags will be given to the new community members that are filled …

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LIBERTY — Low oxygen in Capitol Federal Sports Complex’s back pond, known as the kids fishing pond, has resulted in the death of a couple hundred fish in the Liberty complex, located at 2200 Old Missouri Highway 210. The situation is currently being monitored by both the Missouri Department …

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SMITHVILLE — Nehemiah Festival at Smithville Lake's Smith's Fork Park is pushing forward, inviting all those interested in Christian music and fellowship to join for a weekend of performances beginning Friday to Sunday, Sept. 18  to 20.

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A long awaited, much anticipated dog park in Smithville will break ground at Smithville Lake today at 7 p.m. Monday, Sept. 14. The city of Smithville worked with several partnerships in an effort to create a state‐of‐the‐art dog park to be located at Smithville Lake, a press release states.

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I spend hours every day thinking about food. I’m the director of a non-profit health outreach organization and a certified health worker tasked with sourcing and distributing food and essential supplies to underserved neighborhoods impacted by COVID-19.

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A recent local party was so loud it could be heard nearly a quarter mile away. A curious neighbor got in his car and went to investigate. He reported back that it was a very large gathering of young people in an alley, music echoing off the brick walls, not a mask to be seen, nor any social …

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It's officially fall. Kids storm through the front door after school and toss their backpacks in the hallway; you're just home from work, and there's dinner to be made and maybe soccer practice or piano lessons to get to after the last bite. Sounds like a busy routine. How do you choose whic…

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DEAR DR. ROACH: I am a 77-yearold man in good health. At my recent annual physical exam, my physician ordered a Cologuard kit to be sent to me to screen for colorectal disease. I have never had symptoms of disease or problems with any part of my gastrointestinal tract. I had two colonoscopie…

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